Forms And Links For Currently Enrolled Families
Forms And Links For Currently Enrolled Families
Carline Morning Logistics at 8:45am
We use two different doors for morning carline. The bus students will be dropped off at the back playground door.
Preschool families – Please park in the back playground lot and walk your student to their classroom using the ramp door. If you also have a K-8 sibling, please walk your K-8 students to the playground ramp door where a staff person will greet your K-8 student where they can then proceed to their classroom.
K-8 families – Please enter the IHM church lot from Mayview Road via the second (south) entrance. Form a line heading toward the church and snake around to the main school office door to drop off your student. This will give us more space for the line while keeping cars off of Excelsior and Mayview. Our front school doors will have a staff person to greet students from 8:45am-9:00am. Anyone arriving late will need to park in the visitor spots and enter through the front office door to sign your student in.
Carline Afternoon Logistics
We will use the front main entrance for students riding the bus. Carlines will form at the parish/church doors and the back playground door. Please see below for your assigned line.
Preschool families – Please park in the playground parking lot and walk to the cafeteria door to greet your student at 3:45pm. Please wait in your car for your K-8 siblings, they will come out with the rest of the carline after the 3:55pm bell.
Families with the last names A-H – Please line up in the playground parking lot. The line will form to your left as you enter the parking area. Only preschool families who need to park should exit their cars.
Families with the last names I-Z – Please line up off of Mayview Road heading toward the church entrance.
- Kindergarten Website
- 5th Grade Website
- Band Website
- Student Library Login
- Uniform/Spirit Wear Policy
- NDA School Handbook
- Kindergarten Supply List
- 1st Grade Supply List
- 2nd Grade Supply List
- 3rd Grade Supply List
- 4th Grade Supply List
- 5th Grade Supply List
- 6th Grade Supply List
- 7th/8th Grade Supply List
Attached are various forms that you may print and send to school. If you do not see a particular form listed, please contact us.
- Lion’s Lair Flyer
- Lions’ Lair Registration
- Summer Camp Information
- Note from the Nurse English
- Note from the Nurse Spanish
- Authorization to Administer Medication
- Immunization Law
- Student Immunizations
- Parent Handbook Signature Form
- Technology Policy
- Technology Permission Form
- Library Celebration Donation (NDA Library Wish List)
- Free and Reduced Lunch Program (English)
- Free and Reduced Lunch Program (Spanish)
Become an NDA Volunteer
We welcome and encourage volunteers in our school and we have numerous opportunities available.
Notre Dame Academy fosters a culture that promotes and supports an active community. We believe an active community is essential to providing the supportive and nurturing environment our community desires for each of our students.
We welcome and encourage volunteers in our school and we have numerous volunteer opportunities available. Before volunteering with the students, Archdiocesan policy requires background checks, Virtus (safe environment) class, and a signed Code of Conduct for all adults who volunteer at Notre Dame Academy. This includes anyone who assists in any classroom/school activity, party, lunchroom, or fieldtrip.
All employees, and volunteers who interact with minors, are required to complete and maintain safe environment credentials through the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.
To ensure successful completion of the requirements, follow the information below before creating your VIRTUS account. If you have an existing VIRTUS account, contact Liz Flom for assistance so your account can be updated prior to login.
Total Time Commitment: Approximately 95 minutes
Set aside sufficient time to complete all items without logging out.
- Incomplete accounts may result in lost data, requiring you to repeat your setup.
Read and follow the directions on the website in the order presented.
- Skipping items, fast-forwarding or backing up may corrupt your account and require you to repeat your assignments.
- Complete each registration field as presented on the screen
- Complete the Code of Conduct
- Complete the Background Check application (SSN is required)
- Complete Safe Environment Training (1 module, approximately 75 minutes)
VIRTUS website: www.virtusonline.org
Use Google Chrome browser and allow pop-ups for this website.
For more information on the Archdiocesan Safe Environment requirements, visit www.safe-environment.archspm.org/essential-3 .
Home and School Committee
The Notre Dame Academy HSC (Home & School Committee) is a committee whose purpose is to support and enhance the educational and social environment of Notre Dame Academy. Its goals are to encourage the parents, teachers and students to learn, socialize and grow academically, socially and spiritually.
- Helps build a community of parents, teachers and staff
- Encourages teacher and staff appreciation
- Facilities a wide variety of events
Chairs: Heather Peters & Jodie Murray
Past-Chair: Kenna Dooley
HSC Members: Emily Colletti, Sarah Hauer, Molly Waldeck, Stacy Shumacher, Amanda Johnson
Notre Dame Academy is proud to offer a unique home-cooked hot lunch program for students. Our kitchen is fully staffed and students overwhelmingly enjoy the menu items offered. Students prepay for lunches and maintain individual accounts through PIN numbers. The state and federally funded Free and Reduced Lunch program is available for eligible families. Your child’s eligibility status (free, reduced, paid lunches) is private data. Families must re-apply each school year to determine eligibility for the free and reduced lunch program. Further information on the lunch program is available in our handbook or you may contact the office.
Before And After Care Programs
To help our working families, Notre Dame Academy offers before and after school care for all families who need this service. Our two programs allow you to pick the days and times that work for you. We also offer a summer camp for all ages. If you are interested in this option for your PK child, you may register through ProCare.
If you are interested in this option for your K – 8th grade child, you may register using the link listed above on this parent resource page under the subtitle forms.
- K – 8 Program: 9:00 a.m. – 3:55 p.m.
- PK Programs: 9:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Part-time and full-time schedules are available.
- School Office: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Summer hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., we are closed on Fridays.)
- Before And After School Care K-8: 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Before And After School Care PK Programs: 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
“I am a volunteer from the IHM parish and have volunteered at NDA since its opening. Nowhere have I witnessed and felt a part of a more caring, loving, Christian family. I witness children being given such wonderful opportunities to learn and experience areas for not only academic and leadership growth but more importantly, their spiritual growth.”
Notre Dame Academy
13505 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Doors open at 8:45 a.m.
9:00 a.m.-3:55 p.m.
9:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
Wednesdays and Holy Days at 9:15 a.m. Livestreamed via IHM.
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